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Citrin Passage Sculpture

Chad Holliday

United States

Sculpture, Glass on Glass

Size: 11.5 W x 25.5 H x 6.5 D in

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Passages: The use of the passage becomes a significant element, as it is a reoccurring element in my life. These areas of architecture have always been interesting to me. They represent movement and transition. They are gathering points and point of transition as they empty and people move from one place to the next. This happens physically but also offers a metaphor for transitory states of consciousness. I have also been drawn to its use in my travels and gained more of my attention from these experiences. I became drawn to the Czech word for passage průchod. This is from of a body of work where the elements of architecture are utilized, rearranged and taken down to their essence. The same premise of the passage is part of the concept. However, the use of the material is approached in a way that focuses on the contrasting contours and construction of the form. This way of working brings forth the geometry and linear element contrasted with the elegant curve. This form creates more space than what is actually there. The forms and lines are multiplied and change with the light and the movement of the viewer.

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Sculpture:Glass on Glass

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Size:11.5 W x 25.5 H x 6.5 D in

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Chad Holliday received a BFA from Emporia State University, Kansas and an MFA in glass sculpture and metal fabrication/jewelry design from the Rochester Institute of Technology, New York. After completing his graduate work, Chad accepted an artist in residence at the Grand Crystal Museum in Taipei, Taiwan. During this residency Holliday collaborated with artists and art educators, working directly with their students in the studio and classroom. In 2019, he was Visiting Assistant Professor of Glass at Hastings College, Hastings, Nebraska. From 2017-2019, Holliday was the Director of Studio Operations at Foci Minnesota Center for Glass Art. Prior to this appointment, Chad had the tenure rank of Associate Professor and recognized with an endowed professorship at West Texas A&M University in Canyon, Texas. Holliday served as the Primary Investigator for all 3D Studios and the Director of the Creative Research Lab. Chad taught glass, sculpture, professional practices and three-dimensional design. During his tenure at WTAMU, Holliday was able to cultivate local patronage, creating the largest fundraising event for the College of Fine Arts and Humanities. Holliday received a Fulbright Award for the academic year 2007-2008. Chad performed research and taught classes at The Secondary School of Glass Making - Kamenicky Senov, recognized as the oldest glass school in the world. Holliday worked with his longtime mentor and colleague Frantisek Janak to establish links between traditional methods of pedagogy with a contemporary approach. Upon completion, Holliday accepted a tenure track position at WTAMU. Later that year Chad was a featured as an emerging artist of the year in “American Style” magazine. He has worked with Martin Blank as an assistant on the hot shop team and was the full-time cold sculptor, performing all of his cutting and polishing. Simultaneously, Holliday owned and operated third-hand - Glass Cutting & Polishing Tools, a small business distributing and promoting glass equipment from the Czech Republic, and worked as a consultant to artists and glass studios and continued teaching while performing consistent research. From 2001-2003, Holliday was the Lead Hot Shop Technician for the Museum of Glass. Chad taught at Pratt Fine Arts Center and as an adjunct professor at the University of Washington, Tacoma.

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